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Short Description
This docker image provides a ready-to-go standalone instance of the Open Baton NFV environment.
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To have a running standalone Open Baton Docker container with the latest Open Baton version type the following commands:

sudo docker pull openbaton/standalone
sudo docker run -d -h openbaton-rabbitmq -p 8080:8080 -p 5672:5672 -p 15672:15672 -p 8443:8443 -e RABBITMQ_BROKERIP=<RabbitMQ IP> openbaton/standalone

Then you should see as output an alphanumeric string similar to the following:


You should see that the container is running by typing the following command:

sudo docker ps -a  

which output should be similar to the following:

CONTAINER ID        IMAGE                        COMMAND                  CREATED             STATUS                   PORTS                                                                                              NAMES
cfc4a7fb23d0        openbaton/standalone   "/usr/bin/supervisord"   49 seconds ago      Up 49 seconds  >5672/tcp,>8080/tcp,>8443/tcp,>15672/tcp   admiring_lalande  

To connect to the running container containing Open Baton you can type the following command:

sudo docker exec -ti cfc4a7fb23d02c47e25b447d30f6fe7c0464355a16ee1b02d84657f6fba88e07 bash  

After few minutes the Open Baton NFVO should be started, then you can open a browser and go on localhost:8080. To log in, the default credentials for the administrator user are:

user: admin
password: openbaton  

To stop and delete the running container you can type respectively the following commands:

sudo docker stop cfc4a7fb23d02c47e25b447d30f6fe7c0464355a16ee1b02d84657f6fba88e07
sudo docker rm cfc4a7fb23d02c47e25b447d30f6fe7c0464355a16ee1b02d84657f6fba88e07  

NOTE: At a particular time, the image with the tag named "latest" is equivalent to the image with the higher numerical tag.

Refer to for more information

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